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summertime, and now that things are warming up, you're probably spending a lot
of time cleaning up after your furry friends. We found a product promising to
be a "mess-free way to control shedding." But does it work?
is a 2-year-old Husky mix, and he's a big shedder!
like to play with him, but he gets hair all over my clothes because he sheds so
much, and I have to vacuum the floors a lot," said Kenny's owner Josh Kubicek.
Josh unpacked the Shed Pal, which costs $9.99, read the directions, and added
three AA batteries. Kenny didn't seem to mind the noise or vibration at all.
of the things I like about it is I don't have to pull the hair out of the brush
at the end," Josh said. "That's a lot of hair, and it's not in my carpet. That's
what I like about it."
Josh gave the Shed Pal a passing grade of a B.
did a pretty good job, but there's some things it's missing near the end of the
tail," he said.
we tested the Shed Pal on our Executive Producer Lon Lucas's long-haired cats,
Pumpkin and Eddie.
seemed to be okay, until we turned on the Shed Pal's motor. Then she made a run
just uncomfortable," Lon said. "Cats don't like noises like vacuums."
thought Eddie would stand a better chance with the Shed Pal, since she's more
even-tempered. But Eddie wanted nothing to do with the motor, either.
a good product," Lon said. "It does get the hair off. I think I would use it
for me more than trying to use it on the cats."
rated the Shed Pal an F for cats, because of the noise.
shed even more when they're scared, so dealing with a product like this
probably won't work, ‘cause they will shed even more," he said.
the Shed Pal is bringing home a mixed report card in this Does it Work? Test –
depending on the subject.